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Drinking more coffee was bad (for developing countries’ industrialization)

Mateo Uribe-Castro is a PhD candidate in Economics at the University of Maryland, College Park. This blog post takes “Dependency theory” seriously. The global trade patterns that appeared around 1900 allowed developing countries to export primary goods to the developed world. Did they leverage that push and increased manufacturing and services? Or did they specialize … Continue reading Drinking more coffee was bad (for developing countries’ industrialization)